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This adventure is of a lifetime. This tour covers all of the best highlights of the Golden Circle and gives you the thrilling excitement of snowmobiling across Langjökull Glacier, the second-largest glacier in Iceland. This tour is a small group experience that starts in Reykjavík when we pick you up and take you through the beautiful countryside of the south on the way to your first Golden Circle attraction, Thingvellir National Park. This amazing place is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, due to its unique geology and exceptional cultural and historical value. Thingvellir is situated where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates have been edging apart, they continue to do this at a rate of around 2.4 cm per annum. As you might imagine the scenery is stunning, the Almannagjá Gorge runs right through the area, it was here beside the cliff of the gorge that the Icelanders founded their first Parliament, known as Alþingi, in the year 930. Many say this is the oldest national parliament in the world, beyond any doubt it is the oldest continuously existing parliament! Þingvallavatn, the Thingvellir Lake is picturesque with glorious scenery all around it.

Your next Golden Circle attraction is Geysir. Strokkur is an incredibly active spouting geyser at the Geysir hot spring area in the Haukadalur Valley, home to the now inactive Great Geysir. Strokkur erupts every 4 to 10 minutes so you never have to wait long to see superheated water blasted around 25 m high. Get ready with your camera! We journey for a few minutes to the final Golden Circle stop, the powerful Gullfoss Waterfall. The Hvítá River, originating at Langjökull Glacier, thunders through the canyon, dropping a total of 32 m in two sections and descending into a crevasse. You have the opportunity to buy lunch at a local Café (not included).

We head up from Gullfoss to Langjökull Glacier (the Long Glacier), this is often called ‘The White Glacier’, glaciers are predominantly white, but the glacier you will be snowmobiling over is the whitest of them all! So get ready to switch gear in more ways than one, first, you put on the balaclava, helmet, and suit, then you prepare for some action on the ice, roaring off to explore the white wonderland of Langjökull. Our experienced snowmobile guide will give you some easy driving instructions, and you will be skimming along the best snowmobile routes on the glacier. Your specialist guide knows them all! Experience the stunning vastness of Langjökull, surrounded by high peaks! After an hour of spine-tingling excitement and matchless landscapes, we will drive you back to Reykjavík.

This tour offers the adventures of a lifetime in a single tour. Sign up today and do something you have never experienced before!

The price of the tour is based on two people sharing one snowmobile. If you are a solo traveler or prefer to have your own snowmobile then you can, of course, upgrade to a solo snowmobile for an additional 6000 ISK per person.

Remember to bring: Warm outdoor clothing, thermal underwear, waterproof jacket and pants, headwear, and winter/snow gloves. Good hiking shoes are also highly recommended. We recommend that you bring a packed lunch along as well

About Tour

Pick-up: Your full-day tour starts with pick-up from your selected pick-up location in Reykjavik at 08:30. Please note, picking everyone up can take up to 30 minutes, your patience is much appreciated.


All Year


9-10 HRS




8 Years





Tour highlight

Small Group experience
Þingvellir National Park
Langjökull Glacier
Gullfoss waterfall
Golden Circle
Geysir hot spring area
Super Jeep

what included

Guided Superjeep adventure
Visit the Highlands of the Golden Circle
Snowmobile tour
Snowmobile gear: Suit, ski mask, gloves & Helmet
Stop at Gullfoss cafe

48,000 ISK


Arianne M.

We had the best time on this tour and was definitely one of the highlights of our trip! The views were breathtaking and loved seeing the frozen lake. Our guides Louis and Valentin were such a good laugh and loved hearing about their life in Iceland. Only wish we’d booked a longer excursion!

Arianne M.
Aviya G.

Best time ever! Great tour guide with great energy 😆 Highly recommend for anyone that’s looking for a bit more excitement in Iceland 🔝 I had a wonderful time, thank you!

Aviya G.


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Our snowmobile tours take place in Langjökull glacier. We have 3 different base camps we use depending on the amount of snow and ice.

Our main base camp is in Geldingafell and you need a modified 4×4 car to get there from Gullfoss.

Langjökull glacier is the second largest glacier in Europe with an area of more than 900km2. It is located on the west part of the Highlands of Iceland and its deepest point is around 580m.

The age limit for snowmobile tour is 6 years old. The age limit to operate a snowmobile is 18 years old and a fully valid driver's license is needed as well.

Children and those who don't hold a driver's license are welcome to ride as passangers

Our regular snowmobile tours last 1 hour. We divide this period in 20-25 minutes driving, a 10ish minute stop and another 20-25 minutes driving back to the base camp.

Sometimes it is hard to calculate the exact time and the guide is the one deciding when and where the stop is going to take place.

The number of guides depends on the amount of snowmobiles and weather conditions. On average we try to have one guide per 8 snowmobiles. This number can increase in foggy conditions or decrease in really good visibility.

Safety is our main priority and we don’t spare resources. All our snowmobiles have a GPS tracker and our guides take good care of no one getting apart from the group.

Yes. We can personalize every kind of tour making it private. We can offer from single private tours, to longer tours or even multi day snowmobile tours.

We can customize the tour however you want and we also offer this option for special projects like music videosmagazinesads recording, etc.

Contact us and we will arrange and prepare everything for you.

Yes you can!

However, the snowmobilis don’t have a designed area to place the backpacks and it can get a little bit uncomfortable.

We will recommend you to leave it in the vehicle you used to get up to the base camp.

You are allowed to take these things on the tour but we are only going to make a 10 minutes stop where you are going to be able to use them. 

We don’t recommend taking these items with you and we are not responsible in any case of any loss or damage to them during the tour.

If you want to take special photos or videos we would advise you to book a private tour. You can contact us  asking for the kind of experience you are searching for and we will arrange it for you.


Reservations are required for guaranteed spots on all tours. Reservations help us determine the number of guides we need to ensure that our groups remain manageable and enjoyable, and they allow us to notify you of changes to the tour due to weather or anything that could disturb the tours.